Thursday, February 22, 2024

Investing in Safe Cycle Lanes is Crucial to Jakarta’s Mobility Future

During the height of the COVID-19 pandemic, Jakarta implemented pop-up protected cycle lanes as one of the strategic responses to the COVID-19 pandemic. Many...

The Path Ahead for Bikesharing

Bikeshare started appearing around 2005, as city governments contracted bikeshare equipment and operations with public funds (or advertising assets), making docked bikeshare a visible...

Two Years In, ITDP’s Cycling Cities Campaign Continues to Make Moves

On the second anniversary of ITDP’s Cycling Cities campaign, it is a time to recognize the remarkable strides made by our partners and cities...

These Major Chinese Cities Are Making Moves On Cycling

With the particular increase in cycling during the pandemic, both for daily travel and goods delivery, cities across China had the opportunity to push...

These Major Chinese Cities Are Making Moves On Cycling

With the particular increase in cycling during the pandemic, both for daily travel and goods delivery, cities across China had the opportunity to push...

The Lane Ahead: Challenges and Considerations for China’s Cycling Sector

China has had a complex relationship with urban cycling throughout the past few decades. Now, a renewed demand for and interest in urban cycling...

How This Historic City Is Transforming Its Motorists Into Cyclists #WorldBicycleDay

This World Bicycle Day, it is important to share and explore lessons from a city that is making tangible efforts to make cycling safe,...

Creating A ‘Kingdom for Bicycles’ in Yichang, China

 Over the past two decades, ITDP China has been working closely with major cities to advance a vision for urban cycling, and implement bicycle...

Exploring the Cycling Gender Gap in China’s Cities

We know that there persists a gender gap in cycling that prevents women and girls from choosing cycling as a primary transport mode in...

The Eight Elements of a Cycling City

The COVID-19 pandemic underscored long-standing inequity and unsustainability in how we move around our cities. As more and more urban dwellers chose cycling as...

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